Position Accountabilities and Essential Functions:The successful candidate must demonstrate experience, skills, and commitment to fostering an environment of diversity and inclusion in student, faculty and staff.
Instructor needed to teach the following Lifelong Wellness Activity courses:
LWA 113 – TAIKWON DO I This course is an introduction to non-contact martial arts stressing technique and qualities of respect, self-discipline, and skills of self-defense.
LWA 114 – TAEKWON DO II This course provides an opportunity to utilize advanced techniques in a non-contact martial art class at the intermediate level. This course is mainly designed for yellow stripe through sixth gup color belts.
LWA 210 – TAEKWON DO III This course provides an opportunity to utilize advanced techniques in a non-contact martial art class at an advanced intermediate level.
LWA 115 – AIKIDO This course provides an introduction to a non-aggressive martial art stressing use of spiritual energy, self-cultivation, mutual respect, and skills of self-defense.
The following are the objective and expected outcomes in each of the courses:
Demonstrate an understanding of the health-related components of fitness as they relate to wellness.
Demonstrate an understanding of healthy nutrition.
Demonstrate knowledge of major muscle groups.
Demonstrate an understanding of heart rates and training zones.
Demonstrate an understanding of the dimensions of wellness.
Explain the concepts and components of Tae Kwon Do I, Tai Kwon Do II, Tai Kwon Do III or Aikido.
Demonstrate safe and proper techniques of Tae Kwon Do I, Tai Kwon Do II, Tai Kwon Do III or Aikido.
Additional Experiences Considered:
Minimum Red Belt
5+ Years Teaching Experience
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Complete an on-line application and attach a cover letter with position title, resume, three current names of professional references, and copies of transcripts (official transcripts required upon hire) and/or certifications and licenses.
Position will remain open until filled. The College reserves the right to close the recruitment process once a sufficient applicant pool has been identified.
FA & WI Semesters
Open Until Filled: Yes
Internal Number: 4894
About Delta College
Successful candidates must demonstrate experience, skills, and commitment to fostering an environment of diversity in student, faculty and staff.Delta College, established in 1961, offers 150 transfer and career certificate and associate degree programs, and enrolls nearly 11,000 students each semester at its main campus and three learning centers.Delta College enjoys a reputation as one of the nation’s leading community colleges. Contributing factors to this achievement are its enduring commitment to excellence, passion for innovation and focus on people. Those values can be seen in its AQIP Higher Learning Commission accreditation, charter membership in the National League for Innovation, Achieving the Dream participation, environmental stewardship and unique shared governance system.The College’s service area is comprised of Bay, Midland and Saginaw counties, each with its own appealing personality and features, located adjacent to Lake Huron in mid-Michigan. Delta College - one of America's leading community colleges!